Thomas A. Sprague has handled significant litigation and trials for 40 years. Having started his career in the Philadelphia City Solicitor’s Office trying many cases on behalf of the City and its employees, Mr. Sprague then practiced law with the legendary late trial lawyer James E. Beasley before working for the last 30 years with another renowned trial lawyer, Mr. Sprague’s late father Richard A. Sprague.
Thomas A. Sprague
Thomas A. Sprague has practiced law for four decades, having graduated from Georgetown University Law Center in 1981 and the University of Pennsylvania, magna cum laude, in 1978.
Mr. Sprague’s practice focuses primarily upon civil litigation. He has successfully litigated many cases involving medical malpractice, vehicular accidents, premises liability, products liability, employment law, civil rights, defamation, commercial disputes, and negligence actions involving serious personal injuries or wrongful death.
Armando Brigandi received his undergraduate degree in 1996 from Seton Hall University and his law degree in 2001 from Villanova University.
Mr. Brigandi spent fourteen years working in public service for the City of Philadelphia Law Department’s Civil Rights Unit. Mr. Brigandi is a seasoned trial and litigation attorney – having tried to verdict over 70 jury trials in federal and state courts – many of which involved catastrophic injuries and damages.